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post #211 of 542

Lots of great suggestions in here. Thanks! Going to pick up the Lowes one for my future M50.


Edited by Ashhong - 12/20/10 at 11:12pm
post #212 of 542

Im going to Home Depot.

post #213 of 542

How does your headband look on the bottom side after a few hours of sitting on the stand? Is it indented? I have the same JMoney V3 headband in camel color
 

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Picked this up at Home Depot the other day for like $16 or something like that.  It's supposed to hold rakes, push brooms and similar stuff.  Just putting it out there in case you're looking for a cheap solution. 

 

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This is a hook from another storage system at home depot. http://goo.gl/VmNIq

 

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Did you have to buy it in that bundle pack or did they sell it as just 1 at Home Depot?

post #215 of 542

That is thinking out of the box!

post #216 of 542
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How does your headband look on the bottom side after a few hours of sitting on the stand? Is it indented? I have the same JMoney V3 headband in camel color
 

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Originally Posted by BluFalcon View Post

Picked this up at Home Depot the other day for like $16 or something like that.  It's supposed to hold rakes, push brooms and similar stuff.  Just putting it out there in case you're looking for a cheap solution. 

 

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Looks fine.  No dents.  And it sits on the stand for days at times. 

post #217 of 542
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Looks fine.  No dents.  And it sits on the stand for days at times. 


Really?  Sorry if I'm skeptical.

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Looks fine.  No dents.  And it sits on the stand for days at times. 


Really?  Sorry if I'm skeptical.



Okay, just took a real close look after I pulled it off the stand just now.  There's two very slight indentures on the very forward edge of the headband where it touches the metal hook.  However, they disappeared after a minute or two and I no longer see them.  But to me it's just a headband.  I'm more of a 'function over fashion' sort of guy, so two tiny dents (that quickly disappear anyway) do not bother me the least bit. 


Edited by BluFalcon - 12/22/10 at 4:27pm
post #219 of 542

So i looked for these at my home depot, but i have no idea where to look?

is there any specific aisle I should be looking for?

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So i looked for these at my home depot, but i have no idea where to look?

is there any specific aisle I should be looking for?



Try the section that has the garage storage accessories.

post #221 of 542

^ Thanks, will do!

post #222 of 542

I had a hard time finding it. For the Home Depot one, I found it on the side where the plastic storage containers and miscellanous items are. It was aisle 1 for me. Ask where their rubbermaid containers are.

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Looks fine.  No dents.  And it sits on the stand for days at times. 


Really?  Sorry if I'm skeptical.


Okay, just took a real close look after I pulled it off the stand just now.  There's two very slight indentures on the very forward edge of the headband where it touches the metal hook.  However, they disappeared after a minute or two and I no longer see them.  But to me it's just a headband.  I'm more of a 'function over fashion' sort of guy, so two tiny dents (that quickly disappear anyway) do not bother me the least bit. 


Not everyone has JMoney headbands that will 'disappear' the indentations.  My ESP950 are very sensitive to that and probably leave permanent dents.  That would affect the function of the headband for some of us. 

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Looks fine.  No dents.  And it sits on the stand for days at times. 


Really?  Sorry if I'm skeptical.


Okay, just took a real close look after I pulled it off the stand just now.  There's two very slight indentures on the very forward edge of the headband where it touches the metal hook.  However, they disappeared after a minute or two and I no longer see them.  But to me it's just a headband.  I'm more of a 'function over fashion' sort of guy, so two tiny dents (that quickly disappear anyway) do not bother me the least bit. 


Not everyone has JMoney headbands that will 'disappear' the indentations.  My ESP950 are very sensitive to that and probably leave permanent dents.  That would affect the function of the headband for some of us. 


Not sure how a slight indenture can affect the "function of the headband", but I suppose not all headbands are created equal.  A couple guys posted some easy DIY solutions if you're worried about dents.  But if it really bothers you that much I wouldn't waste the time or money.  For me it's like buying a car and expecting to never get a few dings or a scrapes over time.  Like cars, cans are meant to be driven.  I plan to put a lot miles on mine and really don't care how they look as long as they perform.  To each his own.  Good luck, mate, and happy listening.  o2smile.gif

 

Disclaimer: Probably not suitable for all headphone makes and models.  I'm not affiliated with Home Depot or Rubbermaid.  Not meant to replace real headphones stands designed specifically for that purpose, but a cost effective alternative.


Edited by BluFalcon - 12/22/10 at 6:51pm
post #225 of 542

Lol.  I'm good.  I'm a big enough boy to figure out a fix.  I was just responding to your statement that it didn't leave marks.  I didn't ask the question.  No need to wash your car either, that would be a waste of time and money.  Shouldn't make your car go slower right.  Happy motoring.  wink_face.gif

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